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2 Men Found Shot To Death In Royse City HomePolice said four people lived in the residence, two men, a woman and a child. The woman and child were not hurt.
Carrollton Police Seek Suspect Who Stole From Dead WomanCarrollton Police are looking for a woman that used a stolen credit card of an elderly woman who died on the way to visit her husband at the VA hospital in Dallas.
Oklahoma State Student From Bedford Died Of Alcohol Poisoning, Enlarged Heart An autopsy on an Oklahoma State University student from Texas who was found dead in a fraternity house says he died of alcohol poisoning and an enlarged heart.
Judge: Planned Parenthood Videos In Medicaid Fight 'Baloney'A federal judge deciding whether Texas can oust Planned Parenthood from the state's Medicaid program says rehashing secretly recorded videos from 2015 amounts to "baloney."
Texas Lawmakers Try Again To Raise Minimum Smoking AgeThis may be the year that Texas lawmakers pass a measure raising the smoking age from 19 to 21 years old. State Sen. Carlos Uresti says this is the fourth or fifth time that he's tried to get the bill through.
Parking Lot 'Door Ding' Argument Leads To Haltom City Man's DeathAn altercation in a grocery store parking lot over a 'door ding' turned deadly Monday afternoon.
Wal-Mart To Add About 10,000 Retail Jobs In The U.S.Wal-Mart plans to add about 10,000 retail jobs in the U.S. as it opens new stores and expands existing locations.
DPD Releases Pics Of Suspects In Vicious Attack Outside TargetPeople in the theater community are rallying around a fellow actor, who was attacked Saturday. This morning Dallas police are expected to give an update on their investigation into the attack that left Derek Whitener in ICU.
Texas Among The Two-Thirds Of States Facing Budget ChallengesThe $4 billion that lawmakers left unspent after their last session two years ago appears to have evaporated. Now Texas could be as much as $6 billion short of the money needed just to keep the status quo.
'Chasing Dreams' Exhibit Shares Immigrants' Experience In MLBA traveling exhibit about how Jews and other minorities overcame prejudice to succeed in baseball is on display in Fort Worth through March 5.
Family Dispute Arises Over GoFundMe CampaignsWhen a Dallas man's legs were crushed by a hit-and-run driver last week, the community came together with thousands of dollars in donations.
North Texas Flood Victims Struggle Without Flood InsurancePrivate insurance companies rarely include flooding in standard policies, leaving homeowners to apply separately through FEMA.

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